After a very quiet month for live music, South Florida is coming alive again with many different acts in town. It seems to be nostalgia time as bands from the ‘80s and ‘90s are popping up all over the place.
With the recent passing of Burt Reynolds, it seems that this MOvember, more than ever, men should be sporting their MOs (moustaches) with pride. MOvember is an annual international fundraising effort that also raises awareness about cancers that affect men.
Well, things are certainly heating up at the box office this month. Barely off the high of “A Star is Born” and “Venom” (which I have to say, I really enjoyed, so the critics need to lighten up), we enter November where things open with “Bohemian Rhapsody” – the story of Freddie Mercury and the band Queen.
There is no substitute for a good, old-fashioned fairy tale or well-known story that still enchants all ages. The Cayman Drama Society is bringing them to life through performances and live book readings over the next couple of weeks, creating events to entertain young and old.
So, you’ve invited the gang around to your house for an evening of fun and beverages. The liquor cabinet is well stocked and you have all the necessary mixers. Everything is set, right? Not necessarily.
My brother, his wife and their two children went skiing in Colorado for the first time this year. After hearing their amazing tales of how beautiful Beaver Creek was, I was determined to visit there myself.
For years, the Cayman Heart Fund organization has raised money and awareness, centered around cardiovascular health. February is officially heart month, and the charity often holds its annual gala at that time, but it also holds luncheons, like the one on Sept. 28, when "Heart Heroes" speak about their survival journey to inspire others.
It is that time again, when the annual Breast Cancer Gala, held at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman on Oct. 6, recognizes Breast Cancer Month in an evening of heartfelt speeches, entertainment and good company.